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A presentation of the VRML-ART 2000 exhibition, and the pros and cons of this media
Kathy Rae Huffman, technical support - Martin Shmitz

The pro and contra of works that provide a 3D view of objects, avatars, and spaces online is strong. This presentation of VRML-ART 2000 will give an overview of the basic issues regarding the technical platforms, the categories of environments that artists are creating, and the most innovative works by designers and architects. This collection of international collection of 3D Web Works, serves as both a technical and content information source. Artists, Designers, Technicians, Workshop participants, and students are all included equally. 
VRML-ART is an independent effort, non-commercial and non-affiliated with any particular technology. It is an effort to balance an extreme effort to monopolize the Internet with a particular technical platform, but also to show the variety of types of content that can be presented. Multi-user communication sites, personal narrative, scientific representation, and sounds capes are among the most successful works. The introduction of multi-media has enhanced the reality of 3D virtual environments online, and enables complexities never before achieved in 3D spaces on the Internet.
The exhibition of VRML-ART2000 is, until now, the only international juried show of its kind, and at it's home domain it has become the biggest collection of three-dimensional art and design sites ever assembled. The
VRML-ART 2000 show joins artistic concepts with commercial applications, and provides an online gallery site. The VRML-ART 2000 collection presents URL's by 54 individuals, from 26 countries. 

Schmitz will discuss the kinds of technical systems that were organized for the networked projects of Van Gogh TV, and the setting up of a technical platform for students in Vienna. He will discuss off-the-shelf software and coding for specific problems encountered during presentation and installation of artwork. 

Kathy Rae Huffman, will give an overview of the development of 3D/VRML-ART online, and address the question about what makes this technical medium "ART" in the eyes of curators, critics and gallerists. She will present independent artists as well as commercially interested artists, students, and graduates of professional workshops. 

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